Long Term Investment Plan definition

Long Term Investment Plan or “LTIP” means the plan attached to this Agreement at schedule 2, as amended from time to time and approved in accordance with this Agreement (it being understood that such plan reflects alternative options with respect to the development of Kucing Liar, and the “LTIP” shall be the plan reflecting the option that the Company follows with respect to Kucing Liar).
Long Term Investment Plan or “LTIP” means Hydro One’s Long Term Incentive Plan.

Examples of Long Term Investment Plan in a sentence

The Board of Directors shall prepare a Long Term Investment Plan of operation for the Enterprise, which shall include, but not necessarily be limited to the long term investment goals of the Enterprise, and the identification of businesses or activities that are in conformity with the goals and purposes of this Charter.

Investment and asset managementWairarapa DHB completed their first stand-alone Long Term Investment Plan (LTIP) covering at least 10 years.

To the extent funding is available, the Tribal Council shall endeavor to provide planned or otherwise predictable funding to the Enterprise of an adequate amount, in the sole determination of the Tribal Council, so that the Board of Directors can develop and implement multi-year plans that advance the Enterprise’s goals and purposes as set forth in this Charter, the Enterprise’s Annual Plan, and the Enterprise’s Long Term Investment Plan.

Investment and asset managementAll DHBs are required to complete a stand-alone Long Term Investment Plan (LTIP) covering at least 10 years.

A Long Term Investment Plan (LTIP) outlining the DHBs’ rationale for their 10 year investment planning approach will be a key output and ultimately contribute to central agency visibility of investment intentions across the state sector.

The Long Term Investment Plan shall be updated every five years, or sooner, if the Board, in its sole discretion, determines it necessary.

Long Term Investment Plan – complete an Asset Management Plan for information, communications, and technology assets.

In terms of improvement actions, the main implications for SDHB arising from the ICR is for the Ministry of Health, central agencies, and functional leads to support Southern DHB to deliver an improved Long Term Investment Plan, and with their P3M3 and asset management improvements.

Completing the strategic planning process with a Long Term Investment Plan (assets) driven by both a current state perspective as well as a future state perspective.Workforce1.

Investment and Asset ManagementAll DHBs are required to complete a stand-alone Long Term Investment Plan (LTIP) covering at least 10 years.

Related to Long Term Investment Plan

Long-Term Incentive Plan or “LTIP” means a plan providing compensation intended to motivate performance over a period greater than one financial year. LTIPs do not include option or SAR plans or plans for compensation through shares or units that are subject to restrictions on resale;
Long-term care means the system through which the Department provides a broad range of social and health services to eligible adults who are aged, blind, or have disabilities for extended periods of time. This includes nursing homes and state hospitals (Eastern Oregon and Oregon State Hospitals).
Automatic Investment Plan/Dividend Reinvestment Plan means a program in which regular purchases or sales are made automatically in or from investment accounts in accordance with a predetermined schedule and allocation, including dividend reinvestment plans.
Distribution Reinvestment Plan means the distribution reinvestment plan of the Company approved by the Board and as set forth in the Prospectus.
Automatic Investment Plan means a program in which regular periodic purchases (or withdrawals) are made automatically in (or from) investment accounts in accordance with a predetermined schedule and allocation. An Automatic Investment Plan includes a dividend reinvestment plan.
Long-term contract means a contract with a duration period exceeding one year;
Investment Program means a Person for whom a Resource Entity or a subsidiary of a Resource Entity acts as a general partner, managing partner or manager (each, a "Manager") and the securities of which have been offered and sold to investors.
Long-Term Incentive Award means an Award described in Section 6(g) hereof that is based upon a period in excess of one year.
Defined Contribution Plan means a retirement plan that provides for an individual retirement account for each participant and the benefits of which are based solely on the amount contributed to the participant's account and that includes any income, expenses, gains, losses, or forfeitures of accounts of other participants that may be allocated to the participant's account.
Dividend Reinvestment Plan means a regular dividend reinvestment or other plan of the Corporation made available by the Corporation to holders of its securities where such plan permits the holder to direct that some or all of:
Alternative program means a nondisciplinary monitoring or practice remediation process approved by a physical therapy licensing board. This includes, but is not limited to, substance abuse issues.
Long-term lease means a lease term of at least 27.5 years for a residential resource or at least 31.5 years for a nonresidential resource.
Long Term Debt means any Debt that, in accordance with GAAP, constitutes (or, when incurred, constituted) a long-term liability.
Investment Strategy means the investment strategy specified for the ETP Securities in the Final Terms.
Asset Management Company/UTI AMC/AMC/Investment Manager means the UTI Asset Management Company Limited incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956, (1 of 1956) [replaced by The Companies Act, 2013 (No.18 of 2013)] and approved as such by Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) under sub-regulation (2) of Regulation 21 to act as the Investment Manager to the schemes of UTI Mutual Fund.
Defined Contribution Plan Fraction for a Limitation Year shall mean a fraction, (A) the numerator of which is the sum of the Participant's Annual Additions under all defined contribution plans (whether or not terminated) maintained by the Employer for the current year and all prior Limitation Years (including annual additions attributable to the Participant's nondeductible employee contributions to all defined benefit plans (whether or not terminated) maintained by the Employer), and (B) the denominator of which is the sum of the maximum aggregate amounts for the current year and all prior Limitation Years with the Employer (regardless of whether a defined contribution plan was maintained by the Employer). "Maximum aggregate amounts" shall mean the lesser of (I) the product of 1.25 (or such adjustment as required under Section 12.4) and the dollar limitation in effect under Section 415(c)(1)(A) of the Code, adjusted as prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury under Section 415(d) of the Code, or (II) the product of 1.4 and the amount that may be taken into account under Section 415(c)(1)(B) of the Code; provided, however, that the Committee may elect, on a uniform and nondiscriminatory basis, to apply the special transition rule of Section 415(e)(7) of the Code applicable to Limitation Years ending before January 1, 1983 in determining the denominator of the Defined Contribution Plan Fraction.
capital accumulation plan means a tax assisted investment or savings plan, including a defined contribution registered pension plan, a group registered retirement savings plan, a group registered education savings plan, or a deferred profit-sharing plan, that permits a plan member to make investment decisions among two or more investment options offered within the plan, and in Québec and Manitoba, includes a simplified pension plan;
Special Purpose Investment Personnel means each SEI Access Person who, in connection with his or her regular functions (including, where appropriate, attendance at Board meetings and other meetings at which the official business of a Trust or any Fund thereof is discussed or carried on), obtains contemporaneous information regarding the purchase or sale of a Security by a Fund. Special Purpose Investment Personnel shall occupy this status only with respect to those Securities as to which he or she obtains such contemporaneous information.
Company-Sponsored Equity Account means an account that is created with the Equity Account Administrator in connection with the administration of the Company’s equity plans and programs, including the Plan.
Education program means any program that is principally en- gaged in the provision of education, including, but not limited to, early childhood education, elementary and secondary education, postsecondary education, special education, job training, career and technical education, and adult education, and any program that is administered by an educational agency or institution.
HACCP plan means a written document that delineates the formal procedures for following the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point principles developed by The National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods.
Long-term suspension means any disciplinary action whereby a student is not permitted to attend school for more than ten school days but less than 365 calendar days.
Company 401(k) Plan means the GulfMark Offshore, Inc. 401(k) Plan or any successor plan established by the Company.
Long-term care insurance means any insurance policy or rider advertised, marketed, offered or designed to provide coverage for not less than twelve (12) consecutive months for each covered person on an expense incurred, indemnity, prepaid or other basis; for one or more necessary or medically necessary diagnostic, preventive, therapeutic, rehabilitative, maintenance or personal care services, provided in a setting other than an acute care unit of a hospital. The term includes group and individual annuities and life insurance policies or riders that provide directly or supplement long-term care insurance. The term also includes a policy or rider that provides for payment of benefits based upon cognitive impairment or the loss of functional capacity. The term shall also include qualified long-term care insurance contracts. Long-term care insurance may be issued by insurers; fraternal benefit societies; nonprofit health, hospital, and medical service corporations; prepaid health plans; health maintenance organizations or any similar organization to the extent they are otherwise authorized to issue life or health insurance. Long-term care insurance shall not include any insurance policy that is offered primarily to provide basic Medicare supplement coverage, basic hospital expense coverage, basic medical-surgical expense coverage, hospital confinement indemnity coverage, major medical expense coverage, disability income or related asset-protection coverage, accident only coverage, specified disease or specified accident coverage, or limited benefit health coverage. With regard to life insurance, this term does not include life insurance policies that accelerate the death benefit specifically for one or more of the qualifying events of terminal illness, medical conditions requiring extraordinary medical intervention or permanent institutional confinement, and that provide the option of a lump-sum payment for those benefits and where neither the benefits nor the eligibility for the benefits is conditioned upon the receipt of long-term care. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, any product advertised, marketed or offered as long-term care insurance shall be subject to the provisions of this Act.
collective investment scheme means any pooled investment vehicle irrespective of legal form;
Compensation Plan means any compensation arrangement, plan, policy, practice or program the Company or any subsidiary of the Company establishes, maintains or sponsors, or to which the Company or any subsidiary of the Company contributes, on behalf of two or more Executive Officers (including, for this purpose, any member of the family of any Executive Officer), (i) including (A) any "employee pension benefit plan" (as defined in ERISA Section 3(2)) or other "employee benefit plan" (as defined in ERISA Section 3(3)), (B) any other retirement or savings plan, including any supplemental benefit arrangement relating to any plan intended to be qualified under Code Section 401(a) or whose benefits the Code or ERISA limits, (C) any "employee welfare plan" (as defined in ERISA Section 3(1)), (D) any arrangement, plan, policy, practice or program providing for severance pay, deferred compensation or insurance benefit and (E) any Incentive Plan, but (ii) excluding any compensation arrangement, plan, policy, practice or program to the extent it provides for annual base salary.